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notes = Osho begins and ends his World Tour in India. The English-language books that arise out of the Tour are well known but the three Hindi books are not. His talks in Hindi are the first in over four years, and the last ever; some are even video'd, but all remain obscure.  
 
notes = Osho begins and ends his World Tour in India. The English-language books that arise out of the Tour are well known but the three Hindi books are not. His talks in Hindi are the first in over four years, and the last ever; some are even video'd, but all remain obscure.  
 
:''Amrit'' and ''[[Phir Patton Ki Panjeb Baji (फिर पत्तों की पांजेब बजी)]]'', another World Tour Hindi book, were for a long time entangled with each other, with details of what's what difficult to discern, because of the entanglement and major changes in content. See [[{{TALKPAGENAME}}|discussion]] for a TOC and the details of the complex mutual mutability of these books.  
 
:''Amrit'' and ''[[Phir Patton Ki Panjeb Baji (फिर पत्तों की पांजेब बजी)]]'', another World Tour Hindi book, were for a long time entangled with each other, with details of what's what difficult to discern, because of the entanglement and major changes in content. See [[{{TALKPAGENAME}}|discussion]] for a TOC and the details of the complex mutual mutability of these books.  
:Additionally, some of ''Amrit'' has been translated as part of ''[[The Diamond Sword]]'', while some of it is itself a translation from English World Tour talks. Source for the other part of ''Diamond Sword'' is ''[[Koplen Phir Phoot Aayeen (कोंपलें फिर फूट आईं)]]'', the third World Tour book. As a stand-alone, ''Amrit'' has apparently been published three times but not widely distributed. It is available as an e-book in rough form and five discourses are available in audio.
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:Briefly, this first version of ''Amrit'' had only three original Hindi discourses, with the other eight being translations from various ''[[The Last Testament (series)|Last Testament]]'' and ''[[Light on the Path]]'' discourses. The later 5-talk version of ''Amrit'' has only the three Hindi originals plus the two that ''Phir Patton'' had, while the later version of ''Phir Patton'' has all the 17 translated talks that the first ''Amrit'' and ''Patton'' versions had between them.
:The later book with the same title - ''[[Phir Amrit Ki Boond Padi (फिर अमरित की बूंद पड़ी) (5 talks)]]'', has only these 5 Hindi chapters, so without the translated English parts. |
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:Some of ''Amrit'' has been translated as part of ''[[The Diamond Sword]]'', with the source for the other part ''[[Koplen Phir Phoot Aayeen (कोंपलें फिर फूट आईं)]]'', the third World Tour book. The 11-talk ''Amrit'' is available as an e-book in rough form and five discourses are available in audio. |
 
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Latest revision as of 00:34, 12 August 2020

Also known as Phir Amrit Ki Bund Padi (फिर अमृत की बूंद पड़ी)


सामाजिक और राजनैतिक समस्याओं पर मनाली एवं मुंबई में प्रश्नोत्तर सहित ओशो द्वारा दिए गए पांच अमृत प्रवचनों का संकलन।
"देश तो होते ही नहीं। देश तो झूठ हैं। राष्ट्र तो मनुष्य की ईजाद हैं। असलियत है व्यक्ति की। इस देश ने गौतम बुद्ध, उपनिषद के ऋषि, महावीर, आदिनाथ--आकाश की ऊंचाई से ऊंचाई छुई है। वह भी एक भारत है। वही पूरा भारत होना चाहिए।
और, एक भारत और भी है। राजनीतिज्ञों का, चोरों का, कालाबाजारियों का। भारत के भीतर भारत है।
इसलिए यह सवाल नहीं है कि कौन देश श्रेष्ठ है और कौन देश अश्रेष्ठ है? सवाल यह है कि किस देश में अधिकतम श्रेष्ठ लोगों का निवास है और किस दिश में अधिकतम निकृष्ट लोगों का निवास है। भारत में दोनों मौजूद हैं।"—ओशो
translated from
English (chapters 1, 2, 5, 7-11): The Last Testament (Vol 4) (ch.9, 13, 14, 20), The Last Testament (Vol 6) (ch.5-7), Press Conferences (ch.10) - all these books are unpublished and later their texts were presented on CD-ROM
Talks for chapters 3, 4 and 6 were given in Hindi
notes
Osho begins and ends his World Tour in India. The English-language books that arise out of the Tour are well known but the three Hindi books are not. His talks in Hindi are the first in over four years, and the last ever; some are even video'd, but all remain obscure.
Amrit and Phir Patton Ki Panjeb Baji (फिर पत्तों की पांजेब बजी), another World Tour Hindi book, were for a long time entangled with each other, with details of what's what difficult to discern, because of the entanglement and major changes in content. See discussion for a TOC and the details of the complex mutual mutability of these books.
Briefly, this first version of Amrit had only three original Hindi discourses, with the other eight being translations from various Last Testament and Light on the Path discourses. The later 5-talk version of Amrit has only the three Hindi originals plus the two that Phir Patton had, while the later version of Phir Patton has all the 17 translated talks that the first Amrit and Patton versions had between them.
Some of Amrit has been translated as part of The Diamond Sword, with the source for the other part Koplen Phir Phoot Aayeen (कोंपलें फिर फूट आईं), the third World Tour book. The 11-talk Amrit is available as an e-book in rough form and five discourses are available in audio.
time period of Osho's original talks/writings
Nov 20, 1985 to Nov 28, 1985; Jul 31, 1986 to Aug 10, 1986 : timeline
number of discourses/chapters
11


editions

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Phir Amrit Ki Boond Padi (फिर अमरित की बूंद पड़ी) (11 talks)

Year of publication : Jul 1987
Publisher : Rajnishdham Prakashan
ISBN : none
Number of pages : 185
Hardcover / Paperback / Ebook : P
Edition notes : **

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Phir Amrit Ki Boond Padi (फिर अमरित की बूंद पड़ी) (11 talks)

Year of publication : May 1991
Publisher :
ISBN
Number of pages :
Hardcover / Paperback / Ebook :
Edition notes : May be a first edition of the 5-ch version. Biblio notes include: "Press interviews from Kulu Manali. Not translated into English. Cd, nr. 1894"